Abandonment, poverty, sexual exploitation: Why Indian women pay a higher price for climate crisis

Women have limited ability to overcome climate shocks compared to their male counterparts: …

'CoP26 must deliver to help developing countries deal with loss and damage'

Down To Earth spoke to Sunil Acharya, regional advisor on climate and resilience at …

‘There is still time to reverse the climate crisis'

Daniel Swain, a climate scientist from the University of California, Los Angeles, talks …

‘February 7 appears to be what I would call a rock avalanche’

Down To Earth speaks to Daniel Shugar from the University of Calgary in Canada on what …

Sudden stratospheric warmings: Why cold winters may persist

Down To Earth spoke to UK climate researcher Richard Hall about the relationship between …

‘One snow leopard gets killed every day’

As India has a sizeable proportion of the global snow leopard distribution range, it has an …

‘My method’s an addition to the knowledge about climate change ending the Indus Valley Civilisation’

Down To Earth speaks to Nishant Malik from the Rochester Institute of Technology, United …

‘Monsoon withdrawal will be sooner this year’

Down To Earth speaks to climate scientist Elena Surovyatkina, who said the overall south …

Locust attack: ‘This is very, very rare’

Changing wind patterns in India-Pakistan and frequent cyclones in the Indian Ocean due to …

‘North Atlantic Oscillation may have played a role in this time's cold wave’

Down To Earth speaks to IMD scientist Rajendra Kumar Jenamani about why temperatures dipped …

Forest fires: Have we reached a tipping point

What does the ongoing Australian bushfires indicate? DTE asks atmospheric scientist Michael Mann

Public good approach to weather data not suitable for commercial purposes: WMO director

Dimitar Ivanov, director at Geneva-based World Meteorological Organization, speaks to …

‘The Earth is revealing the carbon cycle to modern science’

Balz S Kamber speaks to Down To Earth about the effect of anthropogenic emissions on the …

'Climate change reversal unlikely; mantra is to adapt'

Down To Earth speaks to Anjal Prakash, associate professor, Regional Water Studies, TERI …

We are seeing the beginnings of the era of climate barbarism: Naomi Klein

The No Logo author talks about solutions to the climate crisis, Greta Thunberg, birth …

‘People with high social status aren’t concerned about environment’

Australian researcher Samantha K Stanley speaks to Down To Earth about her research that …

'Natural disasters are shaped by social and economic inequality'

Down To Earth speaks to historian Ben Kingsbury, who, in his book An Imperial Disaster: The …

Himalayan meltdown: ‘Besides global warming, pollution also impacts glaciers’

ICIMOD director general talks to Down To Earth about the first-ever assessment of climate …

'Blown away by passion of India's millennial activists'

Geoff Dembicki is a Canadian freelance journalist and author of the book Are We Screwed? …

‘We won’t deliver financial stability if we don’t manage climate risks’

UK’s climate envoy talks to Down To Earth about their efforts to combat climate …

Droughts in India were caused by El Nio

Richard Grove , a noted environmental historian from the Australian National University, …

Prevention is the only cure

Diseases due to change in the environment are on the rise, especially in India. Olavi Elo ,…